OBITUARY

Glenda F Hutto

July 17, 1937February 17, 2021
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Glenda Faye Hutto, was born July 17th, 1937 in Birmingham, Alabama to Lillie Mae and Floyd Green. She married the love of her life, Walter Hutto, on July 14th, 1952. She traveled with him while he served with the Navy before settling down in their home in Orlando, Florida. Glenda worked for Tangelo Park Elementary for 27 years as a secretary in the front office and retired in 1998. She loved the time she worked at the school and she’d tell you every single child was one of her babies. During her retirement, she loved spending time with her grandchildren, family, cooking, crocheting, sewing, gardening, reading and playing solitaire. Glenda, was a loving wife, mother, Nanny, friend and absolutely never met a stranger, she was an incredibly generous women. Glenda will be missed by many and while our hearts are mending, we know that she earned her wings and flew home to be with her husband and family. They are both together, sitting on their swing in heaven watching over their family together again.

Glenda, is survived by her daughter, Vicki Lynn Fixx and husband; her son, Walter Douglas Hutto Jr.; and multiple grandchildren and great grandchildren.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, February 27, 2021

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Belinda Hill

February 26, 2021

To my extended Hutto family...sincere condolences and sympathies for your loss of one the greats! Best Aunt ever!! Loved, loved, loved my Aunt Glenda. So many years ago, we we all so young and full of life and family happiness. Some of my best childhood memories were spent in Orlando with my Aunt Glenda, Uncle Doug, Vicki and Dougie. My brother David and I had the best of times playing in the orange orchard and the pond at the end of the road where the Hutto’s lived. My dear, dear Aunt Glenda, I loved you so much!! I take solace in you going to be with your soulmate, Uncle Doug (best Uncle ever)! Say hello and give a big hug and kisses for me to my Daddy, your brother Jimmy, in heaven!

Shana Ouellette

February 19, 2021

Ms. Glenda and her late husband Doug were a friend of our family I was 11 years old. Friday or Saturday nights were usually game night(cards) for them and my parents, while her daughter, Vickie and I played barbies. We would have cookouts and thanksgiving together at times. My mom Annette Bass and her were Best friends...went to church, got their hair together, out to dinner together, shopping and so much more. Glenda was family to us...she was there for weddings, funerals, church dinners, baby showers and always available when needed. She will be truly missed by our family. Unfortunately , my mom had a stroke 17 years ago, but it didn't stop the friendship...she would come visit my mom and dad even though mom didn't recognize her much or talk much. We continued to go to church with her and kept in close contact and visited when we were able. Our hearts are broken...but she is now with her husband and the rest of her family and friends that left before her and they will be there with open arms when I mom leaves this world. My deepest condolences to her family....know that she was loved and very respected! Oh and she could sing like bird! So many many memories and I could just go on for days!! Also, if you never had her chicken and dumplings....you missed some good cooking there. Peace!

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